Like the Prodigy, Crystal Castles and the Klaxons, Ghostland strike a balance between long-haired sounds and strong beats. And as the iPod generation takes over the music market, the pick-and-choose aesthetic online means there’s an expanding audience for an act that taps into old and new.
“People who may have just hated electronic music eight or 10 years ago now find stuff that they do like,” Turner says. “There is stuff out there that people who are into guitars like. The synth is just another instrument—it doesn’t have to be one way or another.”